A graduate of New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, Ritter starred on NBC’s critically acclaimed PARENTHOOD as Lauren Graham’s love interest, and can currently be seen as a recurring on Comedy Central’s ANOTHER PERIOD, HBO’s GIRLS, and Disney’s GRAVITY FALLS. He recently filmed the feature THE TALE, opposite Laura Dern, and can currently be seen in the films THE INTERVENTION, directed by Clea Duvall, which premiered at Outfest in Los Angeles this past July, and EMBERS, currently available on iTunes and On Demand. Ritter also shared the screen this past spring with Susan Sarandon and Rose Byrne in THE MEDDLER, which had a nationwide release. He will next be seen in the Amazon series GOLIATH, with Billy Bob Thornton.
Ritter’s other television credits include series regular roles on THE EVENT, THE CLASS, and JOAN OF ARCADIA. His other film credits include WE’LL NEVER HAVE PARIS, SEVENT MINUTES, HITS, YOU’RE NOT YOU, GOOD DICK, WILD CANARIES, THE EDUCATION OF CHARLIE BANKS, OUR VERY OWN, HAPPY ENDINGS, and RAISE YOUR VOICE.
Additionally, Ritter recently portrayed the roles of Colin and Ethan in the play THE CITY OF CONVERSATION, with Christine Lahti and Georgia King, at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles. Previous to this run, Ritter played Charles in the Atlantic Theater Company’s production of GHOST STORIES: THE SHAWL & PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, a collection of short plays written by David Mamet.
Ritter currently resides in Los Angeles.
Ginger is an improvisor, actor, writer, and director.
In television, Ginger is best known for her role as "Christy" on the Duplass Brothers' critical darling 'Togetherness,' on HBO, and as Jim Jefferies’s frustrated and immature girlfriend "Peggy" in FX’s dark comedy ‘Legit.’ She will next be seen in the full season of yet another cable dramedy, Showtime's 'I'm Dying Up Here" written by David Flebotte and produced by Jim Carey. Ginger was also the lead of ABC's 'Mixology,' and TBS's 'Wrecked,' as well as the host of Hulu’s comedic daily pop culture recap show ‘The Morning After,’ for which she also wrote. Other television credits include her recurring roles on Tad Quill’s Jane Lynch comedy ‘Angel from Hell’ for CBS, NBC's 'Trial and Error,' and Comedy Central's Key and Peele.
Ginger’s film debut was in Seth MacFarlane’s popular 2012 comedy ‘Ted.’ She will next be seen in Demetri Martin’s dramedy and Tribeca Film Festival Winner ‘Dean’ (opposite Demetri Martin and Gillian Jacobs), as well as the Henry Phillips’s ‘And Punching the Clown,’ (opposite J.K Simmons and Jim Jefferies). She made her directorial debut with the short film 'Your Day' starring herself and Jason Ritter, which she also wrote.
Ginger also sings and received B.A in Political Science/International Relations and a minor in Chinese from UC Santa Barbara before training at The Groundings and Second City Theaters. She can be seen performing live at various comedy venues in L.A.
David Theune is an actor/writer/improvisor/comedian from Los Angeles. David's comedy home base is the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in L.A. where he performs every Friday night and well as throughout the month. David has appeared on NBC's Superstore, FOX's, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, ABC's Fresh Off the Boat, and many others. He's done tons of Funny or Die vids, a bunch of commercials, and his voice has appeared on several answering machines back when he used to have answering machines. David is managed by Alchemy Entertainment.
Ellen D. Williams
Television: Nicole Baskets in BASKETS, Patrice in HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER, KEVIN FROM WORK, CRIMINAL MINDS, PITCH, YOU’RE THE WORST, THE REAL O’NEALS. Stage: LA Weekly nomination in leading role for RUBY, TRAGICALLY ROTUND. FLIPZOIDS (Playwrights Arena and remount in the Philippines, 2014), DUSTY DE LOS SANTOS (Skylight) RUBY, TRAGICALLY ROTUND (Playwrights Arena), IXNAY (East West Players), THE NEXT BIG THING (art/works), THE BOOK OF LIZ (Garage Theatre) to name a few.
Adam Dubowsky, Producer
Adam has produced over 300 episodes of television and jumped at the opportunity to have this be the first film he’s produced. Your Day has already screened at 7 Academy Award qualifying festivals to amazing reviews, and he couldn’t be prouder of how it’s been received. If you watch closely, you’ll also see that he wrote and produced a certain song in the end credits. He’s incredibly lucky to have worked alongside Ginger Gonzaga in helping her execute her vision. It’s not everyday you get to work with such an amazing director, writer, and actress. He can’t wait to produce her next one.
Sasha Nonas-Barnes, Associate Producer
Sasha Nonas-Barnes is a Producer hailing from New York City. He's worked on numerous short films, has produced his own YouTube web series, and assisted on the features NEIGHBORS and THE LATE BLOOMER. Currently a Creative Executive at Ineffable Pictures, Sasha is actively producing several projects across features, TV, and digital.
Kai Saul, Cinematographer
Kristen Young, Editor
Kristen Young began her career working as an assistant editor on many feature films including: SUPERBAD (2007), AVATAR (2009), X-MEN: FIRST CLASS (2011) and PROMETHEUS (2012). In recent years Kristen has edited a diverse range of short films and features. She recently completed a documentary, SEXOLOGY directed by Gabrielle Anwar and the upcoming musical, BASMATI BLUES starring Academy Award winner Brie Larson. Her latest short film, TASTE directed by Clea Duvall screened at Sundance 2017.